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CUET 2022 Exam Analysis & Questions Asked

Author : Palak Khanna

May 16, 2022

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CUET (Christ University Entrance Test) Session 1 was scheduled for March 13, 2022, for Economics and Business Administration courses.

The anxiety around "how will my exam go?" has now taken a back seat and new anxiety on "how did my exam go?" has started driving your mind crazy!

Let's just discuss a few insights on the CUET Exam Analysis 2022 (March session) before we relieve you from this anxiety.

  • Students who were aspiring for BA Economics and BSc Economics appeared for the exam in the morning shift starting from 9 am.
  • Students who applied for the BBA course appeared for the exam from 11 am onwards.
  • All those who aspire to get admission to the B.Com course gave the exam at 1 pm.
  • This exam was conducted in 5 different shifts for different courses for the first UG Session.

This article will highlight the CUET 2022 Analysis for BBA and Economics. We'll soon update the information around other courses as well.

CUET 2022 Exam Analysis for BA Economics and B.Sc Economics

Let's first discuss some important and general highlights of this exam. We'll be talking about the overall good attempts and difficulty level of the paper here.

  • The exam was scheduled for 90 minutes with 120 questions. No change here means the CUET Exam Pattern has been rightly followed!
  • Coming down to the mode, it was a home proctored test, students might have experienced some of the other technical issues but the University might not consider them.
  • The questions which needed calculations had to be solved on rough papers. No onscreen calculator or virtual calculator was provided to the students.
  • The question paper had questions from different topics, however, there were no designated sections or parts in the question paper to define it.
  • Adding to this, the questions around Reading Comprehension or DI were also scattered. For example, if Ques 16 was DI-based with a graph, there was just one question followed by the graph, then the next one was asked in Ques 24.
  • Talking about the analysis, the questions were asked from six primary areas namely Quant, Verbal Ability, Logical Reasoning, Data Analysis & Interpretation, General Knowledge and Economics (Subject Knowledge)
  • Apart from graphs and calculative questions, students mentioned that the question paper had many questions on mean, median, mode, variance, and standard deviation.
  • GK was predominantly based on Geography based questions or questions around prizes, names of rivers, important days, and population.

Joining the best online coaching institute for CUET will help enhance your preparation levels and perform well in the upcoming exam.

CUET 2022 Exam Analysis Session 1 for Economics 

This domain specific section in the exam included questions from Circular Flow, Market Demand and Substitute Goods.

CUET Exam Analysis for GK and Current Affairs

This section had questions from multiple topics but was dominated by Geography questions. The questions were based on Important Days, Rivers, Peace Prize etc.

Quant Analysis for Session 1

Questions here were based on Standard Deviation, percentage change, upstream, downstream. You'd also find questions based on height and distance, area of triangle while the sides are given.

Questions on Work, Time and Mixtures were also seen in this section.

Exam Analysis for DA and Interpretation

This section has been analytical in nature and was justifying the same during this exam as well. There were 3-4 Pie charts in the exam followed by 1-2 line charts and 1 table chart.

CUET Logical Reasoning Analysis for Session 1

The questions from the previous sections were seen with certain similarities during the BBA Exam, however, this section was entirely different. It had questions based on Series, strong and weak arguments and Statement & Conclusions.

There were no questions from seating arrangements, blood relation, coding and visual representation questions. On the contrary, 4-5 questions from Syllogism were asked in the exam.

 CUET English Analysis for Economics Courses

 There were 2 Reading comprehension in the exam with 3 corresponding questions to each of them. Note that the questions weren't asked altogether, they were scattered i.e. you might find one question below the passage and other one after 10 other questions.

Be careful while you skim the question paper. Also, questions based on Fill in the blanks were asked.

You'll find 3-4 questions based on Vocabulary and 4-5 grammar based questions.

CUET Exam Analysis Session 1 for BBA and BBA (H)

We'll get some facts together here! So, this course is the most opted course or the highest buzz course amongst students aiming admission to the Christ University is BBA or BBA (H).

To get through this stage of the CUET Selection Process, you must carefully read through and grasp every detail of the exam.

We have cumulated everything important here in this video as well, watch thoroughly and post your queries in the discussion thread of the article.

  • The duration of this exam and the mode was similar to other courses i.e. 90 mins and a home-proctored test.
  • The rule mentioning that no virtual calculator will be provided to the students was applicable here as well.
  • You'll observe that the CUET Question Paper has questions placed randomly around each section.
  • You'll find a surprise element here since Economics/Accounts questions from Class XI dominated the subject-centric part while Class XII-based questions were negligible.
  • You won't find any DI charts in the question paper this time, but simple or basic charts were incorporated this year.
  • The King of the GK section wasn't static GK or Current Affairs but Biology. 
  • Taking up student reviews, we got to know that most students claim Maths and English to be extremely easy.

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CUET 2022 Exam Analysis & Questions Asked

Author : Palak Khanna

Updated On : May 16, 2022

SHARE

CUET (Christ University Entrance Test) Session 1 was scheduled for March 13, 2022, for Economics and Business Administration courses.

The anxiety around "how will my exam go?" has now taken a back seat and new anxiety on "how did my exam go?" has started driving your mind crazy!

Let's just discuss a few insights on the CUET Exam Analysis 2022 (March session) before we relieve you from this anxiety.

  • Students who were aspiring for BA Economics and BSc Economics appeared for the exam in the morning shift starting from 9 am.
  • Students who applied for the BBA course appeared for the exam from 11 am onwards.
  • All those who aspire to get admission to the B.Com course gave the exam at 1 pm.
  • This exam was conducted in 5 different shifts for different courses for the first UG Session.

This article will highlight the CUET 2022 Analysis for BBA and Economics. We'll soon update the information around other courses as well.

CUET 2022 Exam Analysis for BA Economics and B.Sc Economics

Let's first discuss some important and general highlights of this exam. We'll be talking about the overall good attempts and difficulty level of the paper here.

  • The exam was scheduled for 90 minutes with 120 questions. No change here means the CUET Exam Pattern has been rightly followed!
  • Coming down to the mode, it was a home proctored test, students might have experienced some of the other technical issues but the University might not consider them.
  • The questions which needed calculations had to be solved on rough papers. No onscreen calculator or virtual calculator was provided to the students.
  • The question paper had questions from different topics, however, there were no designated sections or parts in the question paper to define it.
  • Adding to this, the questions around Reading Comprehension or DI were also scattered. For example, if Ques 16 was DI-based with a graph, there was just one question followed by the graph, then the next one was asked in Ques 24.
  • Talking about the analysis, the questions were asked from six primary areas namely Quant, Verbal Ability, Logical Reasoning, Data Analysis & Interpretation, General Knowledge and Economics (Subject Knowledge)
  • Apart from graphs and calculative questions, students mentioned that the question paper had many questions on mean, median, mode, variance, and standard deviation.
  • GK was predominantly based on Geography based questions or questions around prizes, names of rivers, important days, and population.

Joining the best online coaching institute for CUET will help enhance your preparation levels and perform well in the upcoming exam.

CUET 2022 Exam Analysis Session 1 for Economics 

This domain specific section in the exam included questions from Circular Flow, Market Demand and Substitute Goods.

CUET Exam Analysis for GK and Current Affairs

This section had questions from multiple topics but was dominated by Geography questions. The questions were based on Important Days, Rivers, Peace Prize etc.

Quant Analysis for Session 1

Questions here were based on Standard Deviation, percentage change, upstream, downstream. You'd also find questions based on height and distance, area of triangle while the sides are given.

Questions on Work, Time and Mixtures were also seen in this section.

Exam Analysis for DA and Interpretation

This section has been analytical in nature and was justifying the same during this exam as well. There were 3-4 Pie charts in the exam followed by 1-2 line charts and 1 table chart.

CUET Logical Reasoning Analysis for Session 1

The questions from the previous sections were seen with certain similarities during the BBA Exam, however, this section was entirely different. It had questions based on Series, strong and weak arguments and Statement & Conclusions.

There were no questions from seating arrangements, blood relation, coding and visual representation questions. On the contrary, 4-5 questions from Syllogism were asked in the exam.

 CUET English Analysis for Economics Courses

 There were 2 Reading comprehension in the exam with 3 corresponding questions to each of them. Note that the questions weren't asked altogether, they were scattered i.e. you might find one question below the passage and other one after 10 other questions.

Be careful while you skim the question paper. Also, questions based on Fill in the blanks were asked.

You'll find 3-4 questions based on Vocabulary and 4-5 grammar based questions.

CUET Exam Analysis Session 1 for BBA and BBA (H)

We'll get some facts together here! So, this course is the most opted course or the highest buzz course amongst students aiming admission to the Christ University is BBA or BBA (H).

To get through this stage of the CUET Selection Process, you must carefully read through and grasp every detail of the exam.

We have cumulated everything important here in this video as well, watch thoroughly and post your queries in the discussion thread of the article.

  • The duration of this exam and the mode was similar to other courses i.e. 90 mins and a home-proctored test.
  • The rule mentioning that no virtual calculator will be provided to the students was applicable here as well.
  • You'll observe that the CUET Question Paper has questions placed randomly around each section.
  • You'll find a surprise element here since Economics/Accounts questions from Class XI dominated the subject-centric part while Class XII-based questions were negligible.
  • You won't find any DI charts in the question paper this time, but simple or basic charts were incorporated this year.
  • The King of the GK section wasn't static GK or Current Affairs but Biology. 
  • Taking up student reviews, we got to know that most students claim Maths and English to be extremely easy.

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